Towanda daily review. (Towanda, Pa.) 1879-1921, December 06, 1881, Image 2
Th© Daily Review Towanda, Pa., Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1881. EDITORS 8. VT. ALVORD. NOBLE N. ALYORD Wait*/ Mteviese" silly 39 cents per month. Try it. The Rival Faction. The opposition faction to the reigning leaders of the Republican party is now fully organized. Of the gentlemen who are to take the leaiMn the fight to sup plant Cameron, Quay A Co., the says: Senator J. W. Lee, who was chairman of the recent State Conference of Repub licans, designed to promote Popular Rule and Free Representation within the Re publican party, aud who was directed to appoint the Executive Committee, au thorizes the announcement that he has appointed the gentlemen named below. In addition, the Conference itself passed a resolution designating Seuator Lee as a member, so that the whole Committee is constituted as follows : JOHN STEWART, Chambersburg. J. M. W. GEIST, Lancaster. WILLIAM MCMICIIAEL, Philadelphia. SAMUEL W. PENNYPACKKR, Philadelphia. WILLIAM T DAVIES, Towanda. THOMAS W. PHILLIPS, New Castle. HUGH S. FLEMING, Pittsburg. J. W. LEE, Frauklm. This selection will be recognized as eminently strong aud judicious. It com bines fair geographical distribution, high representative character, earnest Repub licanism, aggressive reform purposes aud practical political and organizing tal ent. It embraces men whose faithful and disinterested devotiou to Republican principles will stand unchallenged throughout the State, aud who embody aud represent the popular demand for the honest rule of an honest majority. Ths Republicans who are engaged in this popular movement —for its whole strength lies in a direct appeal to the people— believe that they are rendering the highest aud best service to the lie publican party in seeking to make it fully responsive to the popular will, and the members of the Committee stand as good types of this purpose. Senator John Stewart is one of the ablest and bravest champions of the best lieyublicau sentiment. In the Legisla ture he was a leader of leaders, and among the people lie is the conspicuous representative of liberal, progressive, true R publicanism. His clear head, broad views, honest purpose and great capacity are a tower of strength to any eause. Mr. Geist is the fearless Editor of the Lancaster New Era , who lias fought through many years for better politics. The selections for Philadelphia are ad mirable. The political standing and the higlrreprcsentative character of Colonel William McMichael are as universally recognized as his fine intellectual gifts and his great personal worth. He brings to the cause of popular rule an honored name, a wide acquaintance, life-loug Re puolicanlsm and brilliant abilities. Sam uel W. Feunypacker has been devoted for years to the principles of better govern ment, and is a gentleman of deep convic tions, rare accomplishments, and clear, incisive, comprehensive thought. The reniaiuing names from the State arc equally well chosen. Senator Da vies was the representative and embodi ment of public sentiment in the canvass preliminary to the recent State Conven tion. He is a cool, judicious, forceful man, whose counsels and cooperation will be of great service. Mr. Phillips was one of the conspicuous supporters of Mr. Wolfe iu the last campaign—a widely known and respected representative of the oil region—and his designation signi fies that the Republicans who voted for Mr. Wolfe as a protest against party abuses are not to be treated as having by that act put themselves outside the pale of the party, but are welcome to act as Republicans for Republican reform with in the Republican organization. Mr. Fleming was formerly Sheriff of Alleghe ny County and is a gentleman of large political capacity and experience. What is still more importaut, he has behind him in this movement and pledged to his support, as we are able to say, the real moral, intellectual, financial and bus iness strength of Al'egheny. Of Senator L'*e, himself, who, against his wishes for a more retired position, has been put at the front in this movement, we need only i-ay that lie is one of the purest, most disinterested and high-minded among all tne Republican leaders. One of the first duties of this Execu tive Committee will be to designate the General Committee of 251, corresponding with the number of the senators and rep resentatives from the several districts, who will initiate the work of organiza tion. And then will come the appeal to tne people. Pennsylvania is now making sewing machines to be sent to China. An earthquake occurred at Agram, Austria, oil Wednesday, and was the se verest since the catastrophe of 1880. The finances of Kentucky are not in a bad state. She has of outstanding bonds $180,394, and resources $708,138,27. An extra police force is again stationed in Downing street to protect Mr Glad stone's residence during his temporary sojourn there. Senator Anthony sent every member of the United States Senate, as well as every living ex-member of that body, a Thanksgiuing turkey. The Railwaymen's Mutual Aid Associa tions of Chicago nas increased its initia tion fee to five dollars and limited the amount of insurance to $2,500. The Ilarrisburg Independent very truth full}' says Hon. G. A. Grow as the Re publican candidate for Governor next year would sweep the State like an ava lauch. President Arthur's life was recently in sured in a Chicago company for .$20,000, and the application elicited the informa tion that there are SBO,OOO already insur ed in other companies. A beautiful young woman named Flor ence Williams, from Binghaniton, N. V., who went to Easton a short time since and entered a house of ill-fame there, has become a raving maniac. 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